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Our Mission is to inspire and prepare all students to realize their potential and enhance our global community.


975 North Main Street
West Hartford, CT 06117
Phone: 860-232-4561
Fax: 860-236-0366

Dan Zittoun, Principal 

Clubs & Activities

Join One of the Many Hall Student Clubs Today!

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Attention All Students :

Want to meet new people?  Want to be part of a cause?  Want to make your years at Hall High some of the best of your life?  Then join a club!

Being a member of a club at Hall High is a great way to get involved with other students and can be a significant part of an awesome high school experience.

Whether you want to enjoy some down time playing table tennis or chess, or work with like-minded kids to change the world, Hall High's more than 50 clubs have something to offer for everyone. 

Click here to view the Clubs & Activities Calendar

Clubs meet regularly throughout the school year and welcome new members at any time. In addition to the calendar above, club meetings are read during morning announcements, or you can scan the bulletin boards and monitors throughout the school. To learn about forming a new club, see Mrs. Bronson in the the Career Center to obtain a new-club form to begin the process. 

Clubs and Activites Booklet 2016-2017 (Google form updated frequently) 

Student Activities Office

The Student Activities Office is located in the Career Center at the end of the School Counseling wing.

Information can be found about various clubs and activities, development of new clubs, posting of jobs, community activities, and tutoring information.

Jenny Bronson
Student Activities Director
(860) 929-5138

Job Postings and Volunteer Opportunities

** Help wanted postings are not endorsed by or affiliated with Hall High School. As with any help-wanted solicitation, students should use judgement when applying. **


Local resident seeks motivated, hard-working student for yard work and odd jobs on several properties. Duties to include mowing, mulching, painting, repairs (if qualified), etc. This position could potentially be up to 20 hours per week and long-term for the right student. All equipment provided. Pay is dependent on experience. Contact Richard Moffitt at 860-233-4537. (Posted 5/19/17) 


Local resident seeking student for spring cleanup ($50) and lawn mowing every two or three weeks ($30). Contact Mr. Clare at 860-833-9671. (Posted 4/21/17)


Local resident seeking student to help with yard work, grass cutting and miscellaneous outdoor chores; Bishops Corner area. Pay is $10/hour or more depending on experience. Please contact Bob Klein at bobkle50@aol.com. Please put "yard work" in the subject line of your email. (Posted 4/3/17) 


The Beatrice Fox Auerbach Early Childhood Center at Mandell JCC is seeking high school students to assist its teachers. This job entails covering breaks for teachers or being an extra hand in the afternoon to assist the head teacher. The center has children ages of 4 months to 5 years. Pay is minimum wage; this can also be a volunteer position if desired. The center is open until 5:30 p.m. Please contact Ruta Lancinskas at 860-231-6344 or rlancinskas@mandelljcc.org. (Posted 10/19/16)


Child Care Counselors needed at Mandell JCC for the After-School Program. Monday through Friday 3 to 6 p.m., except Wednesday 2 to 6 p.m. Duties include greeting children and taking attendance, assisting children in getting to and from different classrooms, setting up snack time, art projects, keeping areas tidy, etc. For more information and to apply, contact Megan Burton at 860-231-6334 or mburton@mandelljcc.org. (Posted 9/2/16) 




The Bishops Corner Neighborhood Association is seeking volunteers for its farmer's market in The Crown parking lot on Saturday mornings June 3 through the end of September. Volunteers will help vendors set up their tables, stocking and take down. Help is need from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; volunteers can either stay for two hours or for the whole time, four hours. Please contact Ben Nissim: Nissim78@gmail.com (Posted 5/24/17)

Volunteers are needed for the Norfeldt School Spring Fair, Friday June 2nd, from 5 to 7 p.m. Student volunteers will run games such as cake walk, washer toss, duck race, etc. Contact Aine McManus: NorfeldtSpringFair@gmail.com or text 860-205-7424. (Posted 5/9/17)

Volunteers are needed for the Celebrate! West Hartford event in June. Volunteers are needed for set up, the festival tent, the road race and take down, Friday June 9 through Sunday June 11. Fulfill your community service requirements by giving back to your town for a few hours or more! Sign up through SignUp.com: http://signup.com/go/YqpGHmB

Or email CelebrateVolunteers@westhartfordct.gov; or call Dodie Mendal (860) 836-8715 or Linda Geisler (860) 561-7514. (Posted 5/8/17) 

The Children's Museum in West Hartford is looking for students age 16+ to help as volunteer counselors with their Vacation Science camp program. Volunteers work with children in grades 1-5. Dates are June 26 through August 25 (Monday through Friday). Volunteers must commit to a minimum of 30 hours. Contact Sara Horwitz at 860-726-4015 or shorwitz@TheChildrensMuseumCT.org. (Posted 3/2/17) 

Austism Families CONNECTicut has a number of volunteer opportunties this spring, ranging from helping out at their Friday Night Teen Socials to assisting with their Building on the Spectrum and Playing on the Spectrum programs. To register as a volunteer, or for more information, please contact Jacke Procyk, Director of Programming, at jackie@autismfamilitesct.org or 860-474-3444, ext. 102. (Posted 4/3/17) 

If any member of the community is seeking a student for help or is aware of a volunteer opportunity, please contact Jenny Bronson in the Career Center. (jenny_bronson@whps.org or 860-929-5138)





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